Watching “Above The Fold” Documentary 1856 – When it began Enabled them to do whatever they wanted for the documentary; if they wanted pictures I gave them to them Came to her house, got plenty of b-roll; interesting for her to see the choices they made “It was a learning experience for sure.” She thinks… Continue reading Tuesday, April 12, 2016
“No matter where you’re from, we’re glad you’re here.” – Fr. John Haugen When students come to college, it can be difficult to find a place to call home. For some it is a dormitory, where they meet new friends and stay up all night watching Netflix. For others, it is a sorority or fraternity where they… Continue reading A Home Away From Home: St. Stephen the Witness Catholic Student Center
Watched the trailer for the Above the Fold Documentary about Anelia; No class on Thursday. Watching a video about how Journalists deal with their jobs – should you have confidential sources? Expect law enforcement will ask a lot more journalists’ opinions with terrorism becoming a much bigger issue. NOTES: News War (Part 1) Once upon a… Continue reading Tuesday, April 5, 2016
For labor of love: someone can be quoted twice Story plan is what we are working on today. Create mock headline. Use story plan to help guide the story.
On Easter Sunday, March 27, Gulshan Iqbal Park -located in the city of Lahore, Pakistan- was bombed. The attack targeted Christians, and over 74 people were killed, and 341 more were injured, according to an article from CNN.com. Unfortunately, many of those who were killed and wounded were children.”A splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban, Jamat-ul-Ahrar, claimed responsibility for… Continue reading An Easter Sunday Not Soon Forgotten
Essentially this report provides us with the reasoning behind what was reported in the story, as well as the flaws and other methods the reporter and others involved could have used. One of the bigger issues from all of the backlash this story has received is that Erdely was “blamed” for the misinformation and inaccurate… Continue reading Summary of the Report of Rolling Stone Article
First paragraph is the lede. Sets the scene Writer taking you to a specific moment Jackie is not a drinker, but wants to seem cool, especially to her date at her first party Know it’s in UVA, trying to fit in, but doesn’t want to go away from her own values Somewhat insecure/innocent/inexperienced Environment plays… Continue reading Rape Victim Article Decontextualization